David Boreanaz Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

The Bones star had been accused of attempting to force himself on one of the show's extras in 2009

David Boreanaz can breathe a sigh a relief, now that his sexual harassment suit has been settled. In the summer of 2010, the Bones star was accused of trying to force himself on actress Kristina Hagan, who was an extra on the show in 2009 -- but Boreanaz can now put the matter behind him.

Though the details of the settlement were not released, Hagan's lawyer simply told E!, "The matter has been resolved."

Hagan came out with her accusations against Boreanaz just two months after the actor had admitted to cheating on his wife, former Playboy model Jaime Bergman, with a different woman. Boreanaz said he feared that the other woman, who was never named, would try to extort money from him if he didn't come clean.

While the erstwhile Angel star and his wife dealt with his admitted infidelity, Hagan came along and filed a claim alleging that Boreanaz had "attempted to kiss her and touch her breasts, but she pushed him away. [He then] unzipped his pants, pulled out his penis and began stroking it until he ejaculated."

At the time, Boreanaz's lawyer called Hagan's claims "absurd." There has no been no comment from the actor's people or the Fox network on the recent settlement.

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